Research funders and institutions are imposing mandates regarding the importance of open and well preserved data. With these changing demands, now is a good opportunity to learn more about what is desired for correct data management practises, whilst adapting your current methods to keep ahead of the game.
A presentation is being held covering key policies, plans, sharing outlets and long-term preservation of data. It will provide in depth information regarding the growing importance of good research data management, alongside the tools and services being developed at Oxford and elsewhere to best aid researchers.
Title: ’An Introduction to Research Data Management: Policies, Plans, Sharing, and Preservation’
Date: 25th November
Location: Tony Hoare Room, Robert Hooke Building
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